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Sustainable development is core to Bluegrass' mission

The UN SDGs

The UN’s sustainable development goals (SGDs) are the blueprint to achieve a better and more sustainable future for all. They address the global challenges we face – many of which relate to the agriculture industry and the ways and means in which we conduct our businesses.

Goals 2, 14, 15 and 17 are inherent in the strategy and culture of Bluegrass.

 

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Zero Hunger

Partnerships

Life on land

Life below water

Sustainability and impact

Bluegrass aims to create positive change to the communities and environment in which it conducts work

UN SDG 2: Zero Hunger

With the global indicators of hunger and obesity worsening, investors and industry play a major role in solving the major questions of how we feed an additional 3 billion people by 2050 in a safe, abundant and sustainable way.

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UN SDG 14: Life below water

Much of our food is harvested from the seas, oceans and lakes which also provide us with drinking water and impact our climate, weather and health.

UN SDG 15: Life on land

With the world’s soils being depleted and increasing urbanisation changing the nature of the supply and requirements of food systems, investment in the sustainable management of land resources is key to ensuring food security.

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UN SDG 17: Partnerships

We recognise investors and the private sector as lead instigators and facilitators in directing and sustaining industry development.